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BVRSINO nOU.BTIN, HONOLULU, T. IL, THURSDAY. AUG. 1R. 1910
You Do Not
When You Wear Our Shoes
The anatomy of the foot is studied
by the makers of the last and the
cutters follow the models.
Our Shoes am tlio Befefc
and not High Prided
M'lmerny Shoe Store
Fort St.j just above King
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
IN REAL ESTATE, IMPROVED and
UNIMPROVED. IN HONOLULU and '
NEAR HONOLULU. ON THE BEACH,
and ON THE HILLS, for cash or I
If you want to rent your place or
somebody die's place
Borrow or loan money,
Pratt, the Land Man
125 MERCHANT STREET
tlinn Letters of Credit arc the
issued by the American Bank
Current in every country at
FIXED VALUES plainly stat
;d en the fnee of each
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus:
P. H. BURNETTE
Coru'rf of Deeds for California unc
New Yorjt; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Drawi
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Bale
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for tht
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST
TTnwnT.TiT.n pnnwE am
1129 'Fort St.
PINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Rinir up 197,
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Best in the Market
II v. N R Y MAY
& C 0.
FOR YOUR GROCERIES, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03-95 King Street, near Maunakea
Phone 2D1 Daily Delivery
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Fort and Queen Streets
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50o A MONTH ?5 A YEAR
vL. . Htirniinn
923 FORT STREET
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
83 Merchant Slreet Telephone 708
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 553. 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $16,000 -
OIL MAP FREE
We are giving away free to
thoso answering this advertise
ment licfnre July 31st, a map or
all the California oil fields; also
a free suljKriptlon to our trade
Journal, "California Oil Klolds,"
Sagar-Loomls Co., 833, 834, 83S
Phelan Dtdg., San Francisco,
1S5 -editorial roomi 2ffl biul
nets office. These are the telephone
number 0; the Bulletin office.
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
307 JUDD BUILDINO
Telephone 480 F. 0. Box G07
Stock and Bond Broker,
81 KXitOHANT T.
rnoKX 8ia. p o. box sm
Honolulu StbcR Exchange
Thursday. Aug. 18.
NAMIC OK STOCK.
C Brewer Co
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlc. Co
I law. Com fc f l,g. Oo. . ,
Hawaiian Susnr v. .....
Honokaa Sugar Co
Ilnlku Sugar Co
Hutchltnon Sugar I'l.lnL .
Knhuku "lantiltlon Co. ...
ICekahu Sugar Co
Kcdoa Sugar Co ,
McBryde-SuKa'Co .. ..
Oahu Sugar Co
rt in mvv Sugar Co
ton Sugar Cc. Ltd
I'silUhnu Surfar Plant. Co.
Pcelno Sugar MM
Futa I'lMitatlon Co
repeeked Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Wnlnliia Agric Co
Walluku Sugar Co
Walmea Sugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Inland StoanrN. Co
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
Hon. R. T. & I, Co.. Prcf. .
Hon. It. T. & L Co . Com. .
Mutual Telephone Co. . . .
NaTilkn Rtibooi Co..
Nahlku KUlibor Co.. Ass, .
Ontm U. & L. Cb
llllo R. K. Co. Pfd
Hon. B. AM. Co.
Hawaiian PlueftpPlo fo
Taujong Olok ft. Co. nl up
do do asu. 65 p
Haw. Tor. 4 (Fired.) ..
Huw. Tor.3V4X .-
Cnl. Heel Sug. & Kef. Co. 6
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch tig
Haw. Irr.Cc. 6s K jd. .
Haw, IrxKtn. Co., 6a
Haw. Com. A Sug. Co. 1
Hllo R, It, Co. Issue 190
Hllo It. R. Co.. Con. fi ...
Himokaa Sugui Co., (I . .
Hon. n. T. A K Co. 0 ...
Kauai Icy. Co. 6s
McDryde Susai Co. d ...
OnhuR. &l..Co. 5y
Oahu Sugar Co.BX
Olaa Sugar Co. 6
I'fcSiik. Mill Co. fi
Pioneer Mill Co. 6X
Walalua Agrlo. Co. HX . . ..
HAI.KS Ih-tvto'ii llmirila: in O.1I111
Silk' Co. $31; SIOUO Itllti 1911 1 lis,
IIM); n IHllOldll. SI8.25; V.illul(i,
$IS5; 23 Wnlnliia, 1130..
HohkIihi Haled: IS Olna. $B.fi2'4; If.
Ka, 133 7U; r, Wnltiliia, $t.iu; 10 Will
alua. $130.25; 13 Wull(liiii. $I30.r,0; 10
Kwn. $33.n2i,i; C Kwa, $33.75; 9 Bwa.
$33.02!..,; 5 V.wn. $33.fi2ij; S Haw. C.
A H. Co.; $1. 12 VI; no llnw. C. A 8,
Co.. $11; W Haw. CI. A 8. Co.. $11;
fi Wnlnliia. $130.50: 25 Honokna.
$1S.37'..; 5 IIiuioKnn. $l.37'r. 5 Olaa,
$0 02'..: 25 Honokna, $18.23; 100 Mc
Jlrjde, $0 1214.
Latest sugar quotation 4.425
of JE8 CO a ton.
Sugar.. 4.425 cts
Beets I4s 10 l-2d
DENRV VylTEEtltOOSE ITtUSY CO.
Msmhr Honolulu StocK aid Bono
FORT. ANP MChCHNT BT8
i TELEPHONE 738.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock and
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Roth & Giffard
STOCK AND ,B0ND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
818 KAAHUMANU STREET
STOCKS AND B0ND9
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Inter Nland and O It A- I Shipping
hook lor tuilo at the llullutlii
';Clco, Svc each.
LOCAL AND' GENERAL
A new supply of the huge nickel
Sid i has just come in. Two hun
red sheets for five cents, at the
Ono Two Klfelit Olid.
St. Louis College opens Tucsdn).
Do you want n clean com'irtnble
room $1.50 or $2 week? Call 1281
Tim Rapid Transit is initnllltiR n
rounil-llid-corncr snitch nt the corner
of Alnkca nml Hotel streets.
David Knhtlu nml I.. Knunlil each
were fined $10 nt the iiollcn court
this morning for assaulting a Chinese
Jerry Rooncy If. now nt tlie Auto
Livery Co. with his Packard car,
N6. 270. Hotel nnd Union streets;
There uero only nlno cases m Hie
police court calemlar thls nioriiluK
nilit JikIro Aiidnulc nmckly disponed
of mrist of them. .
WIIHc Knuka, who licat'lils hrolher
up In n free for nil fight, had a thirty
days MtitenCe iCglstercd nRalust lilm
this moililfiK nt tlie ixillce cuurt
Will or Robert M. Fuller as ad
inltlcd to probato this moraine nm'
lllfhop Trust Conipilly was apiiilnlcil
executor with bond fixed at J.'on,
I'eclstnir Lcnion reporta on deallis
from contnRolus diseases fiif the first
i nays ol August as follows tuber
ciiioms, t; ijpiinid icvcr. l. Total s.
Sheriff Jarrctt went down to Wain
nac this inoriilng on a tour of Inspec
tion; ho will l.slt I ho local lockup
nnd haiu a look nt things generally.
Preil Weed, the lollro court otllclal.
found automobile tag numbT 575 on
Niiuauu street last nlgh't; the board
hnd evidently dioppcd off the ma
Iliiry .Mny A Co, Ltd.. will receive J
uy ino rtcvaunn tomorrow iniiriiing
a shtpiuciit of cry delicious fresh
Calltornla fruits uriil cgclab:es Tele
Wlien you get nny ono of the fain
oili Heinz 57 you ars sure that therei
la ..'n ll.....V..I ..t Un.l.. ... ..HinM nrllfl !
n nu i'1'M..v.i..,; u. ui.iii, if, iini ..it...
clal prescrvallie. Insist on mr gro
cer ghlng you Heinz. j
Mrs. Kcnrns departed for the Comt
yesterday on the Zcalundla She will
spend about six weeks between Seat
tle nnd San Francisco establishing
ngcneles for her noted Irult dellcu
cles. ' "
Mrs. Miihy, of Knu.il, who lias bvt"i
at the Qiuep's Hospital under tirat
incut, died this mopilng, Mih. Maby
has been married hut n few month.
Her remains will bu sent to Kauai on
Modern pluniblng Is sanitary, at
tractive and rloan If done by experi
enced men. John Nott, ths Pioneer
Plumber, 183 Merchant St., personally
supcrilbom the worSi of hls'jikltte
Alexander l.ludsay ami W. W.
Thnjer, examiners, hau reiiorted to
Supremo Court that they examined
K Schmick and found him eligible to
practice law. Schnuck lias taken the
Hcry photnsraplicr has felt the
need or u Tripod for tho succJssfiil
Inking of his plctuies. Tim Honolulu
Photo Supply Co have a largo stock
of Trl ids In wood and metal. Thcso
mo light, compact and easily adjust
ed I)K li. II. Hand Is expected to re
turn on Ilia next trip down of the
Wllhelmlnii. Dr. Hand Is tlie physi
cal director of the local V. M. C. A.
and during his vacation trip hint pur
chased tlie equipment for tho physical
development cjmnter of the ' now
Tin Soon, the notorious convict, w,is
a cheerful looking passenger, in the
ollci patrol wagon this morning. Ilu
was Oaken from tho Circuit Ciiurt to
,the Oalm prison, whcio lie will haiei
1 10 B);tvd sOmo couMlder.iblu tlnio be-'
)foro he will havo a chance of Kolirs
to the iiinlnhuid again. I
Miss Josephine t Pralt, Hawaii's
champion surfboard manipulator, do-'
parted for tho Coast yesterday on the
Wllhelmlnii. MIur Pratt will ilslt ex
tensively in Uis Angeln. and It may j
bo that she will show tho natlics of
Pouthcrii .California n trick or two
In tho line or water sports.
W. O. U.irnlinrt hits discontinued his
suit agnlnst Honolulu llnwlng and
.Malting Company. ' Tho suit was
brought some time ago in regard to
nn leo contract, Ilurnhnif alleging that
tho brewery should givfa him more un
der hlii contract and stop selling to
others "which lie claimed hurt Ills tmsl
pess, Oco. I'. Matron, tho general nrinag
er or thi) Wostorn States Life liiinr
aneo Coinpimy wus an Incoming pas
senger on tho Mongolia from tho
Const. Mr. Mason will lie In the Inl
ands fdr u month or moro and will
establish, branch agencies of tho
abovo named Insurance company at
all points In lluwall where It would
seem that such an Institution Is want
ed. Hit Is ou his way to tho Philip
pines for tho s'line puriiose which
caused his lsll hcie
.Second-hand wagon nr dray Stnto
prlie Ai,iij P 0 llox 71!)
Two carpentera want cottages to
build by contract 1249 Tort St.;
loom SU. 47U0-3t
How About Your
Bring the boy in
and let us fit him
with the best wear
ing and best ap
CLOTHES he has
JHE STAR SHIRT WAIST
The best made
The Norwich (Conn ) Ilullctln of
August's glics tlie following account
ol Mort Oat's travels
A most enjoyable family gathering
was held at the siiiunicr homo of Mr
and Mrs. W. II. (J-.it, Ludlow. Il wits
glien in honor of' Joseph M. Ooat of
Honolulu, II. I., a brother of the Into
Lewis A. Oat, of tills city
, Tho parly arrived in uutos about 10
a. in., whcio a hearty welcome await
ed them. Koine time was spent under
tho henutllijt pines chatting and re
calling old Hind. Tlie dinner lioin
about 1230 wus a welcome sound to
which all responded Chowder and
all tho llxln's, juicy pies and water
melon were nmnng the toothbomo
viands. Photographs were taken and
good cheer iclgncd nil day Tho par
ty returned to tho city about ";30 p. in.
Mr. Oat Is a prominent citizen of
Honolulu, going from Now Imdon
when n siiinll bov nnd growing up
with tho country. Ilu 4ins Eccn many
changes and was postmaster general
of le islands before and nflcr Itx an
nexation to tlie United States. He
has been visiting his nephews In this
Thoso at the reunion wero Joseph
M. Oat, Mr. and Mrs. John II. Oat ami
lamlly, Mr. and Mrs. William II. Oat,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph U Oat and fam
ily. Mrs. J. H. Hill and son, Kroil U,
fiom Portland, Me., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs.
Charles D. Nojes. Mr. Oat starts
homeward today with many wishes
for n safe Journoy.
PIIIIS CURED IN G TO 14 DAYS.
l'AZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed
lo cure any case of Itching, Wind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. o A.
NEW - TODAY
Meeting of tho Tlilid Precinct,
Fourth District, Democratic Club, In
bo held at Motlllll, August 18, 1910,
at ":'.' p. in.. lor nomination of del
egates to tho Territorial nnd County
MEETING NOTICE. .
There will bo a meeting of thoj
members of tho Itcpuullian, Club.j
Tenth Precinct. Tilth District, bn
Pililay evening, tho ltith Inst, uti
7:110 o'iIopK. ill the Knllhl wnrn.i
DAVID KANl'UA. ,
Hunolulu, T. II , August U, mo.)
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w I u jJs t m vac u . I ym
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Knee pants lined all through
Don't Wait until just before
school opens. Our stock is
large but a few days difference
means first choice.
Elks' Building King Street
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlicfcs Malted Milk
is tiie most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anrumic, the debilitated and tlie dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the. extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Ssmplei free lo Phyildsm and Dru&liti.
At all Druggists.
' IIORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Racine, Wis., U. S. A.
EDITOR IN ARENA
Falsehood, Cries Ccloncl, but George
Harvey Says Statement Is True.
NKW YORK, Aug I --"It would
he unseemly ror mo to engage with
Mr. Roosevelt In a tontroversy In
volving n iiuestlon of oraclty. That
which I wrnto, of course. Is true,"
said Colonel (Jenrge Harvey, editor
of ihn North American Itelew, at
Ills homo at Den) Lnl.o, N. J , to
night. , .. '
What Coloiie'l Ilaroy wrnto was n
leading nrtl"1o In tho current Isiuii
of his magazine blgiied "Tho lMltnr"
under the title. "Is Roosevelt an As
set 'or a Liability?" In which ho
"Hut rvrniitly Hoosevclt. tho man,
J , TB
j or a
declared that If a national election
wcro to lie hold next November, ho
undoubtedly wouTd bo tho Republi
can candidate anil would win. Ills
pcrtonal deidrci would ho negligible.
Circumstances and conditions would
dominate tho situation, and his
would he the role of u ton of des
tiny." "That Is a simple falsehood. f
never raid anything of tho kind."
snapped Rootevelt, when the article
was called to his notice today. Col
onel Hiiricy declined to make an ex
tended statement tonight, but Inti
mated that tie might do ro later.
Iloorevelt loll Now York early llila
evening on a four da) a- autoinobtla
tour of New Jersey and Pennsylvn.
nla. Lawrence Abbott, son of Dr.
I.Muau Abbott, accompanied Roosevelt.